Voters can go to the electoral office of the polling place within the area of residence or domicile and to take a right to vote certificate that can be presented at any other polling place on the election day. This can be done between October 10 and 29, from 8am until 5pm.
To find out the address and number of the polling place where the voter is written on the voter rolls, this can access the website of the Central Election Commission www.cec.md, the division “Check your name in the SRV” (State Register of Voters).
Those who change the polling place, including those who take a right to vote certificate, are struck off the main register of voters for the period of the upcoming elections. Based on the right to vote certificate, on the election day the people are written on additional lists, while the certificate remains at the office of the polling place and is attached to the additional list.
Information about the polling place where one can vote, the voting procedure and other particularities of the October 30 parliamentary elections can be obtained through the Call Center of the Center for Continuous Electoral Training: (+373) 22 88 01 01. The hotline works from Monday through Friday, between 8am and 5pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays, between 9am and 5pm.
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